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... this year because of what he learnt in his studies and how the bible viewed such things, the brother now has seen how urgent it is to resume the study with this man. How encouraging it is when you hear such experiences to keep carrying on in the preaching work. We also had the chance this week to go and preach to some "pregnant" territory ( I think the brother meant virgin territory when he was explaining it) it was a mix of us mazungus and also ...
... ridge high above the Butawu River which flows down from Scott Elliott Pass.
Day 5 - Trek to Margherita Camp via Scott Elliott Pass (4.2 kilometres)
From Butawu Camp, the day involved the prolonged crossing of several wet, boggy areas and small rivers before passing the Kitandara Lakes, with the trail then dipping down into a valley and climbing back out the other side up via Scott Elliott Pass (4,372m). After a short break, the remaining ...
At first we walked out of Fort Portal and into the nearby farming villages and fields. The ascent started quickly and the road turned into a rutted orange clay path going straight up and up and up. There were very few switch backs on this hike. I decided to bring too much in my daypack as well. We stopped when out of breath, which occurred due to the gaining of higher altitudes. We eventually reached 2800 meters.
... a reason not to go to school.
Also, he said the children are needed for water chores and animal care.(watching the goats)
Moses said he convinced his mother that if he carried his whole day's water before school and worked after school, he could go and somehow begged for a used uniform.
Everyday of his school life he carried 12 Jerry cans of 20 litres of water before school.
... nap. Just down the road from the camp is the Bigodi Wetlands, a place for bird watching. We decide to burn off some of the lunch by taking a 3 hour walk around the wetlands to look for the Black and White Casqued Hornbill and the Great Blue Turaco and to learn about some of the other birds in the area. The walk is pleasant, not strenuous, and we are successful in finding the Hornbill, but not the Turaco, which is unusual as it is usually ...